Unique Eats

Robbie’s Marina: Feed the tarpon; it’s best cheap fun you can find in the Keys

Robbie’s Marina: Feed the tarpon; it’s best cheap fun you can find in the Keys

Robbie’s Marina is a don’t-miss stop as you drive through the Florida Keys. Dozens of tarpon, some more than 6 feet long, gather at the dock and lunge for fish from visitors. The restaurant there, the Hungry Tarpon, is highly recommended , too.

Sebastian Beach Inn: Beach bar evokes coastal history

Sebastian Beach Inn: Beach bar evokes coastal history

Popular beachside bar is housed in one of the few remaining “watch houses” used to protect our shores during two world wars. Today, it’s party time!

A view of the bar

Florida Keys: No Name Pub worth finding on Big Pine Key

No Name Pub has been around since the 1930s, and it looks like it. It offers tasty food in a historic building, but what makes this the king of Funky Florida is the decor: $90,000 (some say) stapled to the walls and ceiling.

Howley's sign hasn't changed

Howley’s diner: It’s back to the ’50s in West Palm Beach

Howley’s Diner has been there for 60 years. It’s not just retro, this West Palm Beach diner is the real deal — from its terrazzo floors to its tin ceiling.

Seminole Inn: Fried green tomatoes in Old Florida

Seminole Inn: Fried green tomatoes in Old Florida

The Seminole Inn in Indiantown is way off the beaten path, which may be why it’s fun to discover its excellent Southern style home cooking and charming atmosphere.

Dixie Crossroads: Tourist trap or authentic seafood?

Dixie Crossroads: Tourist trap or authentic seafood?

TITUSVILLE — Some say it’s touristy; some say it’s authentic. But pretty much everyone agrees that the hushpuppies at Dixie Crossroads are irresistible.

Howley’s: Authentic 1950s diner

WEST PALM BEACH — Where have all the diners gone? You know, those roadside eateries that serve breakfast all day and night? Well, Howley’s is still around. Been there for 60 years. It’s not just retro, it’s the real deal.